This week: Recycle some big metal, Beer and bikes and Options for long-term care
By Don Nelson
The Winthrop Ice & Sports Rink’s board president assured the Winthrop Town Council last week that the rink’s operators are determined to find solutions in response to complaints about “light pollution” from the outdoor facility. Jill Calvert, representing the Winthrop Ice & Sports Rink (WISR) board, a nonprofit that operates the rink under an agreement with the town, faced some tough questioning from …
This week: Mat Classic II: a celebration of our local high school wrestlers, The bus stops here: Commissioners should give transit – and voters – a little credit, and Chill a bit: Illuminating the skating ring light controversy.
By Ann McCreary
In response to concerns expressed by a local resident about “light pollution” from the Winthrop Ice & Sports Rink (WISR), Winthrop town officials will…
A gallery of images from the game between the Coquitlam Chiefs, in black, and the North Vancouver Storm, in white, at the Winthrop Winter Classic hockey tournament … Photos by Laurelle Walsh
By Mike Maltais
The Pro Edge Winter Classic, the three-day youth hockey tournament hosted by the Winthrop Ice & Sports Rink, drew five teams and hundreds of supporters …
The Winthrop Winter Classic hockey tournament, featuring six youth teams from around the region, will be held Friday through Sunday (Jan. 24 – 26) at the Winthrop Ice & Sports Rink. Up to 400 visitors are expected for the tournament, according to organizers. Because of the tournament, public skating times are limited during the weekend. […]
By Laurelle Walsh
The Winthrop Town Council has directed the town’s Planning Commission to consider a zoning code amendment which would allow a retail marijuana…
By Don Nelson
A public campaign to raise more than $300,000 to help pay for refrigeration equipment and other improvements at the Winthrop Ice & Sports Rink was launched this week.